Logitech Z-5 Video
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Logitech Z-5 Review
The good: Logitech's Z-5 PC speakers offer decent sound for a reasonable price; omnidirectional acoustics; USB connectivity obviates need for bulky power adapter; compatible with Mac and Windows PCs; included remote allows you to control playback of music from across the room; auxiliary input for connecting to non-PC audio sources.
The bad: Little light on the bass; no volume control on speakers themselves.
The bottom line: While we weren't blown away by their sound, the Logitech Z-5s' combination of a simple, clean design, USB connectivity, and some basic remote operation make them a decent value in the sub-$100 PC speaker space.
Logitech Z-5 Specs
Part number: 980-000168
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